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of washington before the excuse was "nothing can be done until after the election." >>neil: election over so now everyone is talking about the fiscal cliff with 53 days to go. just now. we were on it from day one. i'm telling you should be worried about this because both sides are to blame. we don't get hopping on this now we can be dogmatic all we want, you can be red, you can be blue, or you can just blow up, anyone who is paying taxes or anyone who is expecting to pay taxes will pay more in the new year. >> politicians have to step up to the plate and act in a bipartisan manner. >> do you draw the line that even credits and closing loopholes is a tax increase? >>guest: no, you should eliminate deductions and credits that no longer serve a purpose or --. >>neil: that is not a tax increase? >>guest: it needs to be offset by reducing rates. >> eyes are on the time period between the election and inauguration. >>neil: we have been warning you and monitoring the markets, look what happened today. there are a lot of earning news but after what happened yesterday, better than 312-point fall off so w
the brunt of this battle and they should not defend taxpayers but the spending interests in washington, strikes me as odd. the effort by some to get entitlement reform, the democrats have said heck no and harry reid has said it ain't happening, and they ought to look at that, rather than trying to raise taxes to pay for obama's bigger government. >>neil: do you hear it is spreading? we have chatted about this before. you were open when we chatted in washington, to talk about the cliff cliff, to not equateing bringing in causes or tax loopholes and the like and closing them off, your point was as long as it leads eventually to revamping of the tax code, but this goes beyond that, they have no quid pro quo and they are offering this, you argue, what? >>guest: well, there are two ways you can damage the economy. one is to increase marginal tax rates, everyone knows the small business groups, it would kill 700,000 jobs off the bat, probably worse. the other thing is to eliminate $1 trillion, not talking about a few deductions, but talking about $1 trillion worth of deductions and credits w
cavuto and fox on top of time running out, and with washington clearing out for thanksgiving, any chance they can still avoid a cliff this christmas? trillions in spending cuts and expiring tax rates are on the line, to wall streeter playing things very close to his vest. larry, what do you think? >>guest: investors remain very concerned. they are worried about higher tasses and runaway spending. this has been playing out the least of which is 1,000 stock market decline the last month. it is playing out in other ways. for example, companies that are winners should be very strong going into the year end particularly with the holiday season ahead such as apple computer down 25 percent from the height as investors lock in lower capital gains this year ahead of what will be higher taxes in the future. dividend place, income place for retirees, utilities, and at&t and verizon weak over the prospect of higher taxes on the dividends going forward. also, small businesses are fretting because they have not had adequate representation in this discussion. everyone is hugs and kitses -- kisses in wa
" and we are back again at on fox business network, lawmakers in washington are pushing if tax hikes and we are going to be if california at highest tax state in the nation to see what the tax hikes might do with a lot of special guests and if you notice they changed the sign too. italian americans unite. >> talk of a gasoline tax hike that has steve moore say washington is adding fuel to the fire but i heard it and i thought it could not be so but there is a real chance. >> i wish i were the chip magnet that you are. >>neil: it is a burden to carry but i try. >>guest: they are talking about a gas tax throwing out automatic sorts of revenue proposal and i listened to your interview with rand paul they are looking under any rock rather than looking if ways to cut spending. >>neil: that is what worries me. you have written brilliantly about this. i know they lost an election but did republicans also lose their backbone? >>guest: they have gone into the fetal position. i am worried. they did lose the election but they still hold the house of representatives and i don't think the american peopl
in washington start bringing the poles home with them? or was she actually dancing for the gators? who were stoned? and if so, how did they give her dollar bills? >>neil: take the 98 percent deal and deal with tax rate hikes on the rich later? that is a republican congressman. comingcoming to you from sunny california, the tax capital of the world, taxes could now go even higher for those earning more than $250,000 a year, or maybe a lot higher because a republican congressman seas we should freeze tax rates for the majority of the americans in time for christmas and deal with the top 2 percent who likely see their rates raised later. that triggers this reaction from house of representatives speaker boehner. >> i told tom i disagreed. you are not going to grow the economy if you raise tax rates on the top two rates. it will hurt small business. it will hurt our economy. that is why this is not the right approach. >> now the guy at the center of the tax storm, oklahoma republican congressman, congressman, he singled you out for calling you out. how do you feel about that? >> i like the speak
in washington with general david petraeus, and of course the settlement from bp. that's to knight on the fox report 7:00 eastern and 6:00 central. until then, good afternoon. >>> fiscal cliff or fiscal free for all? welcome, everybody. deadline schmedline. 46 days until the cliff brings in the crack pot. far from spent, these guys are spending not less, but more. you heard me right. they are on the brink and still -- still breaking the bank. deals so good it would make him proud. >> you have to be kidding. ryan, you give anymore than that and they will call you santa clause instead of ron. >> how about another special tax hike on millionaires on top of one already in the works for the upper income? >> you convinced me to put in for steak knives, but i said there was more. you know what is missing over here? >> i'll tell what you is missing over here. more fun stuff like a one-year extension of the payroll tax holiday at the surprise of $20 million. >> i am going to throw that in, but i am not finished yet. there is even more. >> more indeed. what if i told you if you act now, al gore will pe
the government. i want the folks in washington, congress -- chuck schumer, wow, what a strapping tore stimulus he is. -- stranger to stimulus he is. if the american person is not happy with the outcome, we don't get new job growth. the gdp slows to less than 1%. it is all of the things we know will happen in 2013. if all of those things happen, how about they give us our money back. how does that sound? >> it doesn't make sense and makes a lousy commercial so no. we need more stimulus. and now a letter going around among some of the democratic senators that the president better stick to this script about don't touch entitlement and leave medicare alone. i know they won an election. they didn't win a landslide. and it is as if in exit surveys folks were saying, yes, yes, keep up the spending. we want to see more of it. >> that's right. and i think that's why we are in such a scary place right now, neil. we talked adnauseam about the deficit reduction which is the spending which has to be addressed. you have to get confidence back. you have to get businesses back to doing what they do best which is
they are worried about it. they are talking about it in washington. talking. here comes neil cavuto. >>neil: thank you, it looks like taxes could be going so stobs are crashing. is the cliff coming? today better than 312 point could be a preview of coming attractions. that was fast. welcome, everyone, president obama is in. but the dow is not wowed investors moving to very real financial bullets, and all ready to shoot off the same minute, exactly the same day, in exactly 54 days, the stroke of midnight, january 1 when all of the cuts begin and all of the bush tax rates phase out. a multitrillion dollar hit to the economy that could turn a recovery into a stubborn recession faster than you can spit out going to knell a hand basket which the folks at moody's threaten could cost us dearly in the form of another debt downgrade. that would likely tank the dollar and bond and stocks. we are that close and that scary on the day when europe got more scary and germany was pumped. the debt crisis likely to hit there hard as another storm, this one, a huge nor'easter prepares to hit america's
in this discussion. everyone is in washington but where is the small business representation? where is their voice at table? where is their taxation and representation? where is it? >>neil: that is where we stand in the middle of a pile of green we don't have that we will have less of and if we don't do something by december 31 we will have uncertainty killing the economy. >> i have asked 9 -- 2,000 business owners how many of you have jobs but are not expanding because of the uncertainty? every hand goes up each time. >> people are sitting on the side lines because they don't have the certainty of where we are headed and whether there will be a free and open and reasonably regulated public sector. >> i started off with little. now i have a great company with 5,000 employees and i don't want to see it go up in smoke if we can't get our act together. >> the only solution that is absolutely unacceptable is to not have a solution. we cannot kick the can down the road. it is that simple. we in the business community are demanding it. >> there was a study of defense manufacturing sector, and found we w
out loud crying funny. very good stuff. and puts this whole thing in perspective. washington, dc, plays the game of chicken, new signs we are all getting "plucked." where others fail, droid powers through. introducing the new droid razr maxx hd by motorola. now more than ever droid does. >> republicans are picking who will lead the ramps in the house of representatives where they still have the majority and an interesting pick here to be the conference chair. it goes thought to tom price of georgia, and is considered as someone who is less strident on the spending and tax issue, and tom price is very much against addressing revenues, almost to the point of being inflexible, some tea party conservatives welcome that but if this is a signal the republicans could be more accommodating or caving it could add to the concerns. it depends on your point of view of what is happening at corner of wall and broad, another big hit 185 points sin the election, last week, now, we have seen the dow fall in excess of 400 -- 600 points working out to north of 5 percent since the election maybe on
washington or abraham lincoln or jefferson but ... okay less than three hours to go before the first poll in virginia with some votes waiting up to five hours with 13 electoral votes found grabs and my guest says that could be the first real indication of momentum. it is a state, obviously, that mitt romney has to win putting it back in the republican column. if it doesn't it could a long night. >>guest: happy election day. virginia is one that obama could do without and still win but governor romney really does need virginia if it is tight, it it will be a point or so, and whoever wins it, look, we close our polls here at 7:00. the virginia numbers will start coming in quickly thereafter. i know the state and how it reports but i would say, also, unless there 10 big margin for one side or the other this state could not possibly be declared before 10:00 or 11:00 or 11:30 of the it is not possible. it is 8 million population state and we will have a turn out of, i think, four million voters it will be a record number if not a record percentage. >>neil: so, say it takes longer than expected
to get going on washington it came together magically? >>guest: look, a director of the c.i.a. with a long and proud career does not on his own initiative on impulse stroll over to the white house and say, mr. president, here is my letter of resignation i had appear affair and i suddenly feel real bad about it. clearly someone raised it. also, to be fair to the obama administration, as much as i hate to be fair to the obama administration, you have to be, general sketch was not popular at the c.i.a. he rub add lot of people the wrong way and the c.i.a., they are intelligence people, they might have caught on, someone over there could have caught on to the affair and threatened to blow the whistle. we don't know that. but a couple of things are sure: the nation is not suddenly in danger, the intelligence will go on. the obama administration is worried about what is coming on the hearings on capitol hill under oath. and it is sad that he had to go out this way. >>neil: we will watch all of the above but thank you for the update and assuring us our security is sound. thank yo
insulted by what the president did yesterday. >>neil: byron, good talking to you in washington, dc. not too far from where byron is sitting speaker boehner declaring a stalemate in the talks. can it be broken? and now to a washington congresswoman in her first interview since being elected. contrary to what you have been told there are women in powerful positions in congress. we reached out to her counterpart on the democratic side but we have yet to hear back. congresswoman, what now? what do you think is the status of this deal right now? >>guest: well, the president's proposal yesterday was quite disappointing. the republicans are committed to a solution. we committed to avoiding the fiscal cliff. itould be economically devastated on america. we have heard the numbers, 700,000 jobs lost estimated and a double dip recession. we don't want that for america. anyone wants that for america. it started by us putting people ahead of politics. i believe that republicans and democrats, we can work this out, we need to come to the table, start the "new york times"es, -- start the negotiations, we
't it be nice to have a leader in washington who said, wait, it is not about just working together for a show but what is best for our country, and, neil, there are very hard decisions to be made and i don't think we should compromise on things that are not good for all of us in america. >>neil: you may feel that way struckly and i have admired the fact you stick to your guns no matter the crosswind but the president is going to claim, elections have consequences and it was close, but i won, and i won despite this call for higher taxes, maybe because of it, and the rich have to deal. you say, what? >>guest: well, i say, first, just because you win an election, that doesn't noon you get to go off the rails and do what is not good for america because you have some weird agenda. two, talk seriously about what tax cuts are and what they will do. you can take all of the wealth, 100 percent of the wealth, in this country, from everyone making over $250,000 and you are not going to solve the problems we have in this country. >>neil: let me ask you, what would you be happy with? there is this comprom
that say something? >>guest: it says that wall street likes the sunday talk show talk in washington, dc. it says that stocks are extraordinarily undervalued because of the global economy outside of western empires that are dieing and fading including america. >>stuart: western empires? >>guest: yours was one of the first. maybe this is the inevitable conclusion of great empires, maybe they have to go through this. >>stuart: surely america is not in decline? >>guest: america is in decline. we have been coasting for a long dime and that is how the rest of the world started catching up. 40 years ago you would never buy a japanese radio let alone a car and 20 years ago they were the best cars in the world. we goal asleep at the switch and now we are going backwards with the economic policies based on the concept of fairness but make us less competitive. and why was sherwood williams up here in they are the largest paint company in the world and they want to sell more around the world. they have stocks up but not because of the american economy. >>neil: growth rate next year is how much? >>g
shore workers unions in long view, washington. you remember the horrible stories that came out of there, mostly on fox news and alternative media. it was not covered in the mainstream where they were doing things like sabotaging rail lines and holding workers hostage jie. what is the objective? clearly they have leverage. it is thanksgiving week. you disrupt travel, you disrupt shopping. what is the objective of the demonstrations. is it -- it is about workers ensuring that people have good, quote, unquote living wages. it is to make these corporations bend and bow and capitulate at the most vulnerable moments. leading up to these port strikes you had shipping lines who have had to redirect these lines to mexico. it is to avoid many of these port shutdowns. of course we had one in oakland last night, and they have been threatening this for a longtime. what is it really about? it is about the refusal of these big labor entrenched powers and power brokers to get with the times and take some of the necessary cuts and movement toward modernization and efficiency they have been fighting for
the talk for them a baptist minister of washington, dc, and walmart said only a small fraction of the 1.4 million strong united states workers walked off today. for this action in suburban maryland, five chartered buses came to the walmart parking lot at 8:30 a.m., claim willing that up to 30 employees of the walmart store were among the ranks a claim that could not be verified but the reverend jones said the united food and commercial workers union helped organize this action in collaboration with still other unions and that is a key issue of contention before the national labor relations board in the complaint that walmart has filed against the union in effect accusing them of trying to mount an of the at unionizing walmart's workforce but the entire protest unfolded peaceably and there was in violence and no description to sales at this walmart, we saw the parking lot fill up throughout the course of the day and, walmart executives tell fox they had the best black friday they have ever had. brenda? >> thank you, james. you saw the unions flexing their muscle and my guest says be car
friendly environment out of washington, for those reasons he will push independent voters towards romney. it's close and competitive. we have an equal ground game and i think we're going to win. >> neil: governor, thank you very much. governor mcdonnel led other governorships going republican and chris christie and famous turnover in the house. >> why wait for the election. rudy guliani says the president should call it quits right now. between handling of benghazi and sandy, the former mayor says if the president said, ado. we thought we would talk to him to explain that one. he is up next. [ female announcer ] today, jason is here to volunteer to help those in need. when a twinge of back pain surprises him. morning starts in high spirits but there's a growing pain in his lower back. as lines grow longer, his pain continues to linger. but after a long day of helping others, he gets some helpful advice. just two aleve have the strength to keep back pain away all day. today, jason chose aleve. just two pills for all day pain relief. try aleve d for strong, all day long sinus and headache
right now, we do have a revenue problem in washington, dc, but that is because the who is not growing. people are not paying much taxes because we do not have growth. you get the growth rate up you get an officer if revenue. >>neil: but it could be a democratic strategy for saying we doing all of this, and republicans will count themselves grateful if all they got was eliminating some deductions and putting a cap on write offs. as we have discussed on fox business network, which if you don't have you should demand, but that could be worst than a hike to 39.6 percent because depending on how much the adjust those deductions you could be well over 40 percent. >>guest: that is right. i am not for tax increases. i don't want you to think i am going soft. >>neil: you have caved. you have caved. >>guest: if we close those loopholes we what should what we did in 1986 and in 1986 it passed 97-3 a top tax rate of 27 percent and kennedy and leading liberals including chuck schumer voted for 28 percent rate. why caught in go back to that strategy? grow the economy? lower rates? get rid of loopho
states strike me as singularly odd. the election is over. the politicians are back in washington. they can ignore the needs of the american people for the next four years. >>neil: what would happen with the palestinian state? just because the u.n. votes to get the process rolling for statehood does not mean you have a palestine tomorrow but it leads in that direction. so, what would happen if in the end despite all the bumps along the way, that happens, what are we looking at? >>guest: you are looking at paying for the creation of a state in palestine and you will also on the other side, make sure the directlies don't worry too much, you will give them a lot of money and a lot more guns but i don't think it is a problem we have to worry about. the israelis will never let the palestinians have a state that is a nation-state, it will be a colony of the israelis if anything happens like that. >>neil: but what -- binyamin netanyahu condemned palestinian president saying that the atmosphere was hostile and poisonous and fouled false propaganda. this train seems to have left the statio
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